Nordtext acquires Maris Multilingual

Nordtext has acquired Maris Multilingual. Nordtext is a rapidly growing language solutions provider with its headquarters in Riga, Latvia. Founded in 2006, the ISO 17100:2015 certified company specialises in providing language solutions for the technical, life sciences, financial and e-commerce industries. The company operates in the entire Nordic region, and the merger will secure it an even stronger foothold in the Finnish market where it already has many significant customers.

In the deal finalised in July 2022, Nordtext SIA purchased the entire capital stock of Maris Multilingual Oy. The operation and services of both companies will continue as before, and all of the employees will continue to work in their existing roles.

With increasing international trade and collaboration and rapid development of information and communication technology, language service providers also need to be agile and able to keep pace with the changing needs of our customers, says Maarit Satukangas-Pohjola, managing director of Maris Multilingual. By joining forces, we will be able to serve our customers better and provide tailored solutions to meet their unique needs.

When we started discussions with Maris Multilingual, we soon realised that we share similar values with them, says Kristaps Kvelde, CEO of Nordtext. Responsible operation, a passion for languages and communication, excellent customer service and a commitment to quality are important for us both. With strengths that complement each other, this creates a great starting point for our mutual journey where both teams can excel and thrive.

The merger will create a strong operator in the region and it will be a pleasure to further develop our services – for the benefit of our customers.

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Marjolein Groot Nibbelink
Marjolein realized early on that the Netherlands was too small for her. After traveling to 30+ countries over the span of 10 years she moved to the United States in 2014. She holds a degree in Communication from the University of Rotterdam and has long had an affinity for creative writing.

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